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. elizabeth cook on how big of an impact it'll make this summer. >> reporter: take a good look. this may be the last time you see this powerful firefighting tool in action over california. why? >> tough budget times. . >> reporter: just as the fire season heats up cal fires canceled the contract with the nation's largest air tanker country to save money. >> if we cannot get it reinstated we don't know how long we can last many last. >> reporter: rick is the ceo of ten tanker carrier, the inner of the planes that hold up to 12,000 gallons. >> we were relying on california and they reason us. >> reporter: they are based in the southern california desert and aren't cheap to operate costing taxpayers $7 million a year. >> it's expensive but it's cost effective and what is saved is of course if you are talking lives it's -- you can't put a price on it. >> reporter: not everybody agrees. critics have called them nothing more than cnn drops, meaning they were more show than effect in fikeing a fire. >> that's a common reaction among people who have a bias toward spending that kind of mone
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everyone. president obama says he is trying to reach a really big deal with republicans. >> president obama we can't let politics stand in the way of doing the right thing in washington. >> reporter: but politics are standing in the way. who is to blame? in a new cbs poll 49% blame republicans for inaction, 29% think the president is responsible. a final deal will have to involve compromise, most americans say. 69% think president obama needs to compromise, 85% say republicans have to make concessions. only 11% say republicans should stick to their guns. last week house speaker john boehner said republicans won't budge on taxes. >> our stand on the debt limit has been clear. there can be no tax hikes because tax hikes destroy jobs. >> reporter: but the poll suggests most americans, including republicans, disagree. >> the higher taxes led to more cuts. >> high inner taxes and more cuts. >> reporter: according to the poll 66% believe any final deal should include a combination of spending cuts and tax increases. that includes 55% of republicans and 53% of tea party reporters. unless the debt
a big mystery. >> you have this large fish that you can't find. >> what is that? >> reporter: cal state professor is looking for something that shouldn't be hard to find. >> talking about basking sharks, the second largest in the world. >> reporter: for as big as they are they have become very hard to find. >> 15, years or so since we have seen them in any numbers. >> reporter: something fishermen have noticed. >> we used to see them all the time but they haven't been around. >> reporter: the professor and his college colleagues have launch add search stretching from can do to mexico and with as few to 3 to 500 avenue the coast they have managed to tag three. >> the first satellite tag of the species on this coast. the information gets down load by satellite. we can track them. >> reporter: he won't have to go far to see one. they feed on plamkton at the surface of the water and tend it hang out the same places you may like in bays or openings in the coast loin. >> if we get a good photograph of the dorsal fan we can try to match it up to somewhere else in canada or southern
so does our cleaning crew. [ male announcer ] at citibank, we believe small business is a big deal. what's your story? citibank can help you write it. . >>> you're watching eyewitness news in high definition. >>> well it's officially over. maria shriver moves to end her marriage. her not so secret weapon in that divorce. >>> traffic school just got tougher. why it will be harder to get that speeding ticket off your record. >>> a small plane crashing into the bay. >>> good evening, i'm dana king. >> and i'm ken. maria shriver is asking for divorce. >> she filed those papers today. don knapp on what she wants arnold to give her. >> after 25 years of marriage and a decade long dark secret, it's over. maria shriver has filed for divorce checking the box that says simply irreconcilable differences. she's asked for spousal support and joint custody of their minor children, 13-year-old christopher and 17-year-old patrick. they have two older daughters. the couple's image was shattered in may with the revelation that schwarzenegger fathered a son 13 years ago. he publicly hoped for a re
on the streets. why african american men survived longer in prison. >> and as the u.s. suffers a big cyber attack, tonight an exclassive look inside a special spy fighting chamber where no camera has ever gone. i tell ya, i work a long day, every day. i hang my head out the window. oh man, we're delivering everything you can think of: plywood, cement. i, i enjoy the breeze on my tongue. well uh, and every weekend, seems like we're headin' down to the lake. we're pullin' a boat or somethin'. i don't know why. i just do. it's not a problem. i don't mind as long as we always stop at chevron and get that techron stuff. my ears flop around too. check it out. [ male announcer ] your car takes care of you, care for it. chevron with techron. care for your car. it's hard work; i need a nap. >>> new studies suggest that being in prison cuts the risk of death in half for black men. researchers at the university of north carolina chapel hill looked at the records of 100,000 men held at some point in north carolina prisons over a decade. being in prison seemed to reduce blackman's risk of drug or alcoh
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and disrupting financial markets. >> we have a unique opportunity to do something big. to tackle our deficit in a way that forces our government to live within its means, that puts our economy on a stronger footing for the future. >> democrats refuse to sign off on without added tax increases. republicans say that's not an option. the senate canceled to continue negotiations, but couldn't reach a deal. >> if we have a budget resolution that we can agree is the right amount of spending for the debt crisis we're in, then we will know the way forward to dealing with the debt crisis. >> in the middle of what we agree is a debt crisis, they would like to spend even more. >> senate republican leader and house speaker john boehner agreed to attend the meeting, but boehner questions its usefulness. randall pinkston, cbs news. >>> surveillance video shot sunday night shows a partial view of the fatal shooting by a bart officer. that's according to bart's deputy police chief who says the footage contains investigative leads. he wouldn't elaborate on what it shows. bart says the man shot on the pla
announcer ] at citibank, we believe small business is a big deal. what's your story? citibank can help you write it. >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> wrong name, wrong date, yet they let them on a jet. how a stow away was able to fly across the country using someone else's boarding pass. >>> the upgrade causing thousands of commuters to lose their ride to work. >>> and why thousands of inmates could get out of jail a lot sooner. good evening, i'm ken. >> and i'm dana king. authorities say a man flew from new york to los angeles using someone else's boarding pass. >> and tonight we're learning that his body odor may have led him to getting caught. the l.a. times reports a flight attendant checked his ticket after several passengers complained about this guy's smell. robert ore shows us what the feds later found in his bags. >> taken off from new york's kennedy airport and was already in the air heading for los angeles last friday. when a flight attendant found something strange on board. there was a man in 3e, a seat that was supposed to be empty. the man
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to lawsuits. >> this is a big liability issue here, so if you don't know the ins and outs of what you should and shouldn't do, you can get in trouble. >> the training also teaches bouncers about terrorism and weapons of mass destruction. experts say that bouncers are ten times more likely to get attacked than police officers. >> i would like to bounce to the weekend, but i'm afraid we're going to have to go through wednesday and thursday and friday. >> but you're going to love wednesday. you will, because i know you like the warmer conditions. look at this. as night fell at 8:29, we experienced a high of 83 degrees and then the stratus began to roll back in. still clear skies in san francisco after a high today of 67 degrees. we with r up to 82 degrees in santa rosa. up to the mid 80s throughout the trivalley. these temperatures will increase by 10 degrees in many of our inland locations for wednesday. we'll hold that weather pattern on thursday, then drop 12 degrees by friday. take a good look at your anticipated numbers for midweek. for wednesday, going up to 87 degrees in san rafael. m
. >> reporter: mark calloway said the rattlers usually only top out at three to four feet long. not as big as their desert cousins and they are not poison souse, they are venemous. if he bites you that could kill you. >> keep is still, raise it up a bit and you will want to start looking for a doctor . >> reporter: the snakes are beneficial here by getting rid of rats and other rodents, just keep your distance. don't think of them as trouble makers. >> no. they are helping us. >> go to cbssf.com, click on connect to send me your good question. >> tiger shocks the golf world, a baseball manager hit in the face. history on the diamond, the first time ever done by an oakland athletic, next. ,,,,,,,, i know you're worried about making your savings last and having enough income when you retire. that's why i'm here -- to help come up with a plan and get you on the right path. i have more than a thousand fidelity experts working with me so that i can work one-on-one with you. it's your green line. but i'll be there every step of the way. call or come in and talk with us today. two countries..
doing there in the first place. >>> and the prices of some big- ticket medications are set to drop. >> allan martin, ken has the night off tonight. a little showdown over the debt drama on primetime tv. first the president hit the networks asking americans who believe in compromise to call their representatives in washington. >> under a then came the republican speaker of the house who accused the president of creating a crisis atmosphere. robert liles shows us the drama may be aimed at one group in particular. >> president obama: the economy will be held captive unless they get their way. >> an angry president obama believes the nation has been hijacked by this republican plan. >> president obama: it's called the cut, cap and balance act. >> house speaker john boehner says his plan is a two-step approach, temporarily raising the debt ceiling while cutting 1.2 trillion in spending. it goes on to create a bipartisan commission of 6 republicans and 6 das to identify another 1.8 trillion in cuts. >> unfortunately the president would not take yes for an answer. >> reporter: obama says
quarterback of the raiders, period. >> as for the big moves around the league, reggie bush is a dolphin. former bengals wide receiver, chad ochocinco. top five, carlos beltran may have struggled at the plate tonight, but he did flash. he won three gold gloves during his career. and number four, opening round, usc you are open. second eagle of the day. he has a two-stroke lead. number three, bank of the west classic, serena williams in three sets. she will play maria scherr sharipova in the finals. the throw from the outfield. and at number one, opening day, exgame 17. steve mccann doing his evil kanevil. he would win the gold medal in the bmx big air. i don't know, remember 1969, people don't know this. it was actually allen martin's first gig. you remember this? you reported on the jump at cesar's palace and it was reminiscent of that crash tonight. >> except for he was -- >> evil kanevil didn't fair as well. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,, [ man ] i got this new citi thankyou card and started earning loads of points. you got a weather balloon with points? yes i did. [ man ] points
their talks on the big deal to cut the debt by four trillon dollars over a decade which he said they had been discussing since january. a source close to the negotiations said despite the smiles the meetings on a smaller deal are producing little progress. >> the white house said that the president didn't end the meeting abruptly. it said he made his position known and then told everybody he would return to the table tomorrow. >>> other headlines, the man who helped put the gurrerdos behind bars believes there are more victims. he believes the couple targeted other young girls including this one. the 9-year-old was snatched outside of a haywood market in 1988. >>> the only confirmed casulty of that fishing boat capsized was laid to rest. he grew up in the city. he was 63. >>> and pittsburgh police search the areaa looking for any new clues in a fatal shooting. marcus jackson was found shot in the head a week ago tonight. police are asking anyone who may have seen him to contact them. it was one of three shootings? the last three months. no backlash about two federal agents from immigration a
, huge fireworks in their backyards that aren't very big. that makes for a dangerous combination. >> elizabeth cook, thank you. >> there were spectacular legal firework shows all over the bay area tonight. the biggest one, san francisco where tens of thousands of people turned out to watch and enjoy an all day party with fireworks tonight. and it was a clear night, no fog to obscure the show. dates back 115 years. mor began hill with that. kit. >> just a couple stragglers left here in a crowd that hit 20,000 people. they call it freedom fest and of all places, morgan hill. we have video. they fired off 750 shells. it took them 16 minutes and one of the biggest in the bay area. [ fireworks ] somewhere out there among all the barbecue and all the fun in the sun and the country bluegrass music is the meaning of july 4. >> i don't think we want to forget where we came from and how fortunate we are to be here. >> michael says it's possible to celebrate fourth without fireworks. why would you want to? >> i'm sure you could is a barbecue in other ways to celebrate, be it livation,
competition. >> it doesn't account for that big of difference in price. >> robert is president of checkbook.org. it published a study comparing prescription prices between different chains, but when it comes to price variations within the same chain. local competition is likely the key to finding the best prices. >> even within a big chain, the stores near low price competitors may bring their prices down. >> and that's exactly what we found. take these two safeway pharmacies in san francisco. just a little more than a mile apart. the upper market store had consistently cheaper drugs than the one in the hill. we found the blood pressure medicine is $25 more and the cholesterol medication lipitor cost an extra $18. the biggest price difference is for viagra. $58 more. why? take a welcome at the competition. the cheaper upper market safeway is surrounded by five pharmacies. the closest just feet away. the more expensive store has only two competitors within a half mile. >> sometimes stores in low income neighborhoods have a monopoly and people don't have much choice and therefore their pri
to cbs. they're a very important organization and tim's a very big part of that. thanks a lot for joining us, everybody. we'll see you on monday. good night, everybody. good night. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> good evening, i'm ken. tonight a woman is in the hospital with some critical injuries after getting hit by a bicyclist. police believe that he failed to follow the rules of the road. robert lyles shows us hours after the crash, several bicycles whiz through the red light at the very same intersection. robert. >> witnesses tell san francisco police the elderly woman made it across all six lanes of the busy road safely, but there was one leat yet to cross and that's the bike lane and as you are about it see, crossing here could prove to be fatal. you're taught to look both ways. stay in the crosswalk. and never cross on a red. but on the embarcadaro, bikist after bikist abandoning the rules of the road. >> now combine speed with running the red and they both intersect in one place. disaster. >> she was being treated with lif
quickly among the stow family. >> we know that they have a big job to do and they have a lot of work ahead of them and we're just putting all our faith in the lapd right now. >> reporter: the attorney for geovanni ramirez knew all along his client would be cleared. >> we were up front and felt very confident that, if we kept giving him information, it would lead to his exoneration. >> reporter: from the very beginning ramirez's lawyers lawyers were outspoken, he agreed to stand in a lineup. >> i remember talking to him the first time, i was impressed with his sincerity and demean or. he mold me he had been asking the detectives to give hem a polly graph rights from the beginning. >> reporter: a source says two people have been arrested and if the da files charges against the suspects he will be exonerated. he is currently in jail on a parole violation. in the past, his family was also very vocal about his innocence. >> they got the wrong guy. >> i can vouch for that. >> you can vouch for that? >> he was at my house. >> i was to opening day myself. >> there was a photo gallery fundraiser t
warm day, lawrence. >> yeah. sunshine in spots. temperatures are coming down around the bay area big time. that fog is rolling in. how much cooler can it get? we're talking about that coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, set >>> we have the weekend. but we have cooler temperatures, too. right lawrence? >> yeah, that's okay. it's been hot in some parts of the bay area. some triple digits. those temperatures going to be much more comfortable around the bay area as we head towards the afternoon hours. the fog is starting to surge. it should be a stronger on shore flow, that means more fog when you get up tomorrow morning and slow the burnoff as we head towards the afternoon. sunny and mild inland. the hottest temperatures in the mid 80s. more comfortable tomorrow inland. 60s and 70s inside the bay. os, maybe a couple low 60s. right now still very mild in concord. 65 in livermore. 62 degrees in san jose towards the coast. the fog and low clouds and right inside the bay. that fog is moving on shore right now. still we are looking at changes for the weekend. of course we have been enjoying that
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. the reds would come through with the big heat. world series nvp with a game- winning double off brian wilson. reds take the series opener 4- it. >> his most in a start at the coliseum this season, and the scoring didn't stop there for the twins. michael hits a three-run homer to blow it open. number 16 for him. twins win 9-5. >>> share pow vas the highest see the remaining, serena williams is still the most accomplished player in the field. she needed just 69 minutes to beat sharapova and advanced the semimy finals as she continues her comeback from foot surgery. it's amazing she was even out there. she had a blood clot in her lung. just amazing she believe to get back so quickly. >> she looks great. i think she's back. >> i would agree with you. >> all ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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program. as you can expect the kids were fascinated by the beard. to >> why do you have a big beard? >> i don't know how to answer that. just cuz. it grew. >> really. number 4 the home run derby isn't monday, until monday, but the red sox had their own tonight. 6 home runs. they went back to back to back, in the seventh they pound the o's 10 to 4. the nationals blue an 8-0 lead to the umbrellas but on the bright side roger bernadina made the top 5 depend. he is a regular now. >>> at number 2 yankees and rays, eric jeter gets robbed of a hit by jered rodriguez, he would go 1 for 4 leaving the yankees captain two shy of 3,000. >> a high shift now from toronto. with a drive, deep right field. he is back, he is out a room. it's out'a here. a walk-off home run. >> travis hafner, one of the majors' hottest hitters, walk off grand slam wins it for the cleveland indians. >> wow. >> good for brian wilson by the way. the giants are on to something with that junior giants program. he gave all those gloves, patriot for all of them, but the giants are responsible for building fields in four communiti
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